Modeled after the International Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing Conference, CWIC is a regional conference seeking to encourage the participation of women in computing by providing professional and social support. The event featured talks and panels by highly successful women in computing and allowed undergraduate and graduate students to participate by giving poster presentations and lightning talks. All attendees had the opportunity to network with technical women from academia, government and industry.The HATlab, Humans And Technology Laboratory, led by Dr. Kelly Caine, is a multidisciplinary space where students, faculty and researchers come together to investigate all aspects of humans’ interactions with technology. In particular, they are interested in human-centered computing, human factors, human-computer interaction, health informatics, usable privacy and security, privacy-enhancing technologies, empirical methods and designing for special populations.
Back Row: Caitlyn Dowden, Marie Jarrell, Dr. Kelly Caine, Brianne Campbell & Lauren Dukes. Front Row: Toni Pence and Vivian Motti